Restaurant News

The Coolest New Outdoor Dining Spots

Just in time for summer, eat and drink al fresco on new patios outside Alden & Harlow in Cambridge, Lolita Fort Point, and more.


Restaurant News

Ask the Editor: A Fun Dinner Spot Near Logan Airport?

Tacos at Chilacates
Restaurant Closings

Chilacates Continues Boston Expansion with South End Tacos

FIFA World Cup
Bars

Where to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Boston


Latest Stories

Literature

“Rise & Dine,” Digested

To the despair of friends who feel it’s uncivilized to take Sunday brunch before 2 p.m., I have in recent years become a die-hard morning […]

Literature

“Rise & Dine,” Digested

To the despair of friends who feel it’s uncivilized to take Sunday brunch before 2 p.m., I have in recent years become a die-hard morning […]

Restaurants

The Border Cafe vs. Margaritas

Whenever my carless friends and I rent a Zipcar, we always seem to find ourselves at a chain restaurant. Something about being behind the wheel […]

The Sweet Potato Project: Part 1

We at Chowder know firsthand the effects of climate on our appetites. All winter, I crave hearty roasts, butternut squash, and mac & cheese. (See […]

Restaurants

Valentine’s Day: No Reservations? ¡No Problema!

Just in case you haven’t heard, today is Valentine’s Day. But seriously, if you still haven’t made dinner reservations anywhere, here’s a suggestion: Go out […]

Talking Dirty

As the day of love draws near, local bars are playing up those clichéd “naughty” cocktails: the Sex on the Beach (boring), the Slippery Nipple […]


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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants

An updated list of the top 50 restaurants in town that make Boston a true dining destination. These are the best places to eat in the city right now.

Best of Boston: Restaurants

Best of Boston: Restaurants

Delicate crudo, gourmet doughnuts, and Neapolitan pizza under the Tobin bridge.


Restaurants

Chowder’s Tips for Restaurant Week Reservations

Chowder’s favorite time of the year is the months-long bingefest between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. But Boston Restaurant Week ranks a close second as […]

ChocoLee Comes to Town

Even as it sat virtually empty last week, the new South End chocolate shop ChocoLee was drawing undisguised lustful glances from passers-by. And no wonder: […]

Chefs

Bubblicious

When most people have to work weekends, it means coming into an empty office and putting in hours of drudgery for no additional pay. Not […]

Restaurants

Super Fat Tuesday

We here at Chowder view politics and food like our children—it’s hard to choose between the two. You can imagine we’re torn between celebrating Mardi […]

News

A Year-Round Market for Boston?

During the warm weather months, Boston is blessed with an abundance of local farmers markets. But it lacks a central year-round market along the lines […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.

Have a Great Night Out with Boston Magazine’s New Dining Advice Column

Have a Great Night Out with Boston Magazine’s New Dining Advice Column

Associate food editor Jacqueline Cain can solve any dining conundrum. She has a restaurant recommendation for any situation—the more oddly specific, the better.


Sweet Surrender

I’m a purist when it comes to baking. High quality cocoa, pure vanilla extract, and European-style butter all take their place in my shopping cart. […]

Restaurants

Oh, the Oceanaire

As a denizen of what many folks consider one of the better food cities in America—no thanks to Anthony Bourdain, mind you—I like to think […]

Restaurants

Mo’ Burrito

The local burrito craze hits a new high today as Chipotle opens a new location in Cleveland Circle. For those Brookliners devoted to local favorite […]

Chowder Talks Chowder

We can’t wait for the Super Bowl. Our (undefeated!) team is representing the AFC, which makes the food we associate with that Sunday in February […]

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